Transit in Small Cities

The Oregon DOT recently contracted with Parsons Brinckerhoff to develop a 77-page primer titled, “Transit in Small Cities: Planning, Siting and Designing Transit Facilities in Oregon.” The document lays out a basic planning process and offers tips for success that can be tailored to individual cities. It identifies questions that small city transit providers must address when planning and siting transit facilities in order to support the goals that communities set for themselves. Finally, it draws upon successful Oregon examples to provide relevant advice and illustrate best practices